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“When you insult Canadians with vague questions you get unclear answers, which may have cynically been what they wanted all along,” NDP democratic reform critic Nathan Cullen said of the much-criticized survey.

Most Canadians like current voting system, according to results of Liberals’ electoral reform survey
“I’m a great, caring person,” Lapierre said. “I don’t want to be painted as anti-woman.”

Head of Windsor minor hockey under fire for Facebook post about Canadian women marchers
“This was not just one step or one bad decision. He demonstrated a resolve to ensure this was done. He took a shot that went directly into the back of Mr. Myers’ head.”

B.C. man was 16 when he killed his love triangle rival in a schoolyard. Now he may face adult sentence
The Rebel is now fundraising for a security detail to accompany their reporter on future assignments.

Man charged with assault, uttering threats after Rebel TV reporter confronted at women’s march
The Conflict of Interest Act does allow a minister to accept gifts from friends. And Trudeau’s admission would seem to provide more evidence of a long friendship with the 80-year-old spiritual leader.

Trudeau admits to several vacations with Aga Khan, including one in 2014 while he was an MP
The U.S. Navy is the guarantor of last resort for international law and international shipping through the South China Sea, worth an estimated US$5-trillion annually. China is attempting to assert a claim over much of that open ocean. — Den Tandt

Michael Den Tandt: Batten the hatches — China and the U.S. are poised to clash as never before
A search of the basement of the Garland house uncovered whips and a straitjacket, women’s shoes (in men’s size 13) and two blond women’s wigs, two books (“Be Your Own Undertaker: How to Dispose of a Dead Body” and “Silent Death,” and, in a small fridge, 36 tubes of dental anesthetic.

Christie Blatchford: Garland had visible injuries when arrested in connection with triple murder, trial hears
Saltalamacchia hit .171 with 12 home runs and 38 RBIs in 92 games with Detroit last season. #sports

Blue Jays reportedly sign catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to minor-league deal
Eliminating Ontario’s black market in legalized marijuana would not be as touchy a subject for the indigenous relations minister as with tobacco. Indeed, it should offer everyone a far more attractive economic opportunity than an illegal piece of a dying industry.

But that’s only if Ontario got legalization right. — Selley

Chris Selley: Ontario’s contraband tobacco problem a lesson for getting marijuana legalization right
The latest of Read's four top-10 results this season suggests he has the potential to join his father in the conversation surrounding elite Canadian skiers. #sports

Erik Read, son of a Crazy Canuck, turns heads in Austria at 'the Super Bowl' of slalom
Nine positions eliminated at the Montreal Gazette and six at the Ottawa Citizen, part of the media company's plan to eliminated a fifth of its salary costs. #business

Postmedia issues layoff notices at the Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen
The timing of the Toronto Argonauts Football Club's move was odd, as Barker was busy preparing for the 2017 season. #sports

Argonauts abruptly fire general manager Jim Barker after 'disappointing' last-place season
"If we stop here then the momentum to pursue free trade will be stopped.”

TPP not dead yet: Canada should ratify trade deal and send a 'strong...
Drew Hasselback: "If a company owes money, it’s only that company that owes on the debt, and no one else."

Chevron case is textbook application of Canadian corporate law
From FP Comment: The big question as a new president walks the U.S. away from trade deals is whether global supply chains are now a thing of the past. #business

Global trade friction has likely never been lower — but Trump could...
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From FP Comment: Here's what makes railway guru Hunter Harrison so valuable #business

Someone just hired Hunter Harrison for $100 million — and there's an...